Los Angeles Chargers Rank 10th Greatest QB Franchise in NFL History

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NFL.com recently ranked all 32 NFL teams by the QBs they’ve played throughout the franchise’s history. The Los Angeles Chargers were placed in 10th place due in large part to the efforts of five quarterbacks including their current signal caller, Justin Herbert. An impressive feat for a team heading into its 65th season.

The Charger’s division rivals, the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs placed in 11th and 12th respectively.

The video broke down the accomplishments of the Los Angeles Chargers’ best quarterbacks. Here is what they have to say;

The Los Angeles Chargers Top Quarterbacks

Philip Rivers (2006-2019)

We’ll kick it off with Philip Rivers. Rivers guided the Bolts to four straight division titles in his first four seasons as a starter. He was a model for consistency, throwing for 4000 yards in 11 of his last 12 seasons with the team. Rivers made eight Pro Bowls and currently ranks sixth in all time passing yards and touchdowns.

Dan Fouts (1973-1987)

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Paired with the brilliant offensive mind of Don Coryell, Dan Fouts and the Superchargers were a force in the seventies and eighties, Fouts led the Chargers to four straight playoff trips from 1979 to 1982 and topped the league in passing yards per game in six different seasons. He won Offensive Player of the Year in 1982 and retired one of three quarterbacks with 40,000 career passing yards.

John Hadl (1962-1972)

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Before Fouts, John Hadl was under center for the Los Angeles Chargers. Hadl was a key component of three teams that made three AFL title game appearances. In 1971, he topped the NFL in passing yards and touchdowns.

Justin Herbert (2020-Present)

Current starter, Justin Herbert, is the most recent QB In a long line of Chargers grates. Herbert became the first player in league history to throw for 4000 yards in each of his first three seasons.

Stan Humphries (1992-1997)

Stan Humphries quarterbacked the Bolts to their first and only Super Bowl appearance in 1994. Humphries finished his Chargers career with a 47 and 29 record, throwing 85 touchdowns.

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